What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, August 4, 2017? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
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Host Jonathan Blackwood speaks with Jason McNew of Stronghold Cyber Security about cyber security technology, writing this technology into an RFP, and more.
In the competitive US telecom industry, it’s important to stand out. For Sprint, this means viewing each interaction as an opportunity to impress, engage and reinforce the elements that set the company apart from its rivals. The Tech Decision Sprint has annual revenues of more than $32B and serves more than 60 million customers with […]
A view from the top shows that employee engagement is more than just a buzzword. Keeping employees engaged is vital for organizations.
Faculty input – from teachers as well as registrars and budgeting committees – is a vital, but sometimes disruptive, part of the technology manager’s decision process at universities.
It is estimated that the wearable market will reach over 213 million units by 2020. But, are wearables enough?
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, July 28, 2017? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
Host Jonathan Blackwood speaks with Tom Komola of Siemens Industry about what campus safety technology is, how it can help an organization, and how to write it into an RFP.
In the highly competitive world of financial services and trading, companies go to great lengths to keep their clients and employees excited about their work. LPL Financial, a leader in the retail financial services market, recently teamed with Unified AV to bring a high-tech Wall Street aesthetic to its Fort Mill, S.C. trading floor. The […]
Craig MacCormack looks back on InfoComm 2017. AV-over-IP solutions emerge, while VR and AR continue to make in-roads at show that sees 40 percent end users.